EXCLUSIVE: International media implicates Rwanda of terrorising her foreign citizens

By John Saukira  Rwandan President Paul Kagame is being praised for taking Rwanda into great heights internally in terms of social Economic stabilisation. Rwanda is currently a model of many African States in terms of uplifting welfare of its people talking about housing, roads infrastructure, trade and Agriculture. However, Kagame has another side of his life which many people do not know. According to an Australian ABC News Online article published on Monday 26 August, 2019. In the article it is reported that Rwandan refugees residing in Australia are living…

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CHIMULIRENJI STRATEGIES ON TAKING-OVER FROM APM…A Picture that destroyed APM, Chimulirenji relations

This is a picture that has finally destroyed the relationship between President Peter Mutharika and his Vice Everton Chimulirenji, just four months after the pair were controversially declared winners of the May 21 elections. President Mutharika was livid with anger when he saw the picture of Chimulirenji posing with influential people from Ntcheu, Chimulirenji’s home district which included two of his advisors, Chris Daza and Dr Wengawenga. The picture was taken after Chimulirenji had meet the people who also included veteran politician Eston Kakhome, former diplomat John Chikago and others…

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UTM accuses DPP of acting in desperation

UTM Party has accused the  Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) of acting in desperation as they  had run out of ideas on how to deal with the prevailing political tension following the disputed outcome of the May 21 2019 Tripartite Elections. Spokesperson for UTM Party, Joseph Chidanti Malunga, said claims by DPP through its Southern Region governor Charles Mchacha that UT, the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) and Malawi Congress Party (MCP) were on a mission of toppling government were regrettable. Mchacha, who is also Deputy Minister of Transport and Public…

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Japanese Prime Minister hopes for peaceful end to Malawi political crisis

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday said he hopes there will be a peaceful solution to the current political impasse in Malawi. Abe said this during a meeting with Vice President Everton Chimulirenji who was visiting Japan to participate in the Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7) held from August 28 to 30. Abe and Chimulirenbji In Malawi, there have been protests led by rights groups and the opposition who are dissatisfied with the outcome of the May 21 presidential elections. The opposition are also in court…

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BEN PHIRI THE TRAVELLING MINISTER:SPENDS MILLIONS TO OPEN A BOREHOLE

Local Government and Rural Development Minister Benson Malunga Phiri is an extravagant man. He recently blew millions of taxpayers to open a mere borehole. Travelling with state security, state media and a horde of officials from his ministry, Phiri blew almost K3 million to open the borehole in Thyolo. He has come under heavy criticism for the stunt. A picture of Phiri inaugurating a borehole has gone viral on social media. Many commentators said Phiri should learn to delegate some of such function to ward councillors. “A whole cabinet minister,…

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BREAKING NEWS: DPP cadets trailing Mtambo

Some DPP cadets are following HRDC Chairman Timothy Mtambo from Karonga on his way to Lilongwe now. The vehicle following Mtambo and his colleagues is a white Kia Sorento registration no. BT 1590. Mtambo was addressing a citizen rally in Karonga at the weekend. Our initial investigation have revealed that there are six DPP cadets and a police military officer in the vehicle. We can reveal that the vehicle belongs to Pato Phoya, a well known DPP cadet who works for Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (Macra). …Malawians watch out and…

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CEOS, MUTHARIKA STEP SON SPLASH K20MILLION TAXPAYERS MONEY ON DPP CADETS WHATSAPP GROUP

Some Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of parastatal organizations and President Peter Mutharika’s step son Tadikila Mafubza are funding a DPP Cadet WhatsApp group to the tune of K20million a month to be writing propaganda against opposition leaders and government critics on social media. We will name and shame the CEOs who are using taxpayer’s money to fund the DPP cadets. The first to contribute to the group was National Youth Council boss Dingiswayo Jere who is also Chairman for Mrs. Mutharika’s Beam Trust with a K3 million deposit as a…

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DPP YOUTH CADETS TO ADDRESS MEDIA AS UTM YOUTH

Desperation has engulfed DPP as it has instructed its notorious cadets to address a press conference as ‘UTM youths’ this afternoon in Lilongwe to condemn the Anti-Jane Ansah demonstrations. According to insiders the press conference will be held at Centurion Hotel at 2pm and will be covered live by State Broadcaster MBC TV and radio. The plan has one flaw which the so called ‘DPP strategists overlooked: MBC has never covered any legitimate UTM event live. “They are parading their own DPP cadets to disguise as UTM youths, this is…

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Chimulirenji grow wings, starts 2024 bid

Vice President Everton Chimulirenji has started positioning himself as DPP presidential candidate for the 2024 elections. With incumbent Peter Mutharika not standing after completing his two five year consecutive term, Chimulirenji thinks this is the right time for him to get to the top. We can reveal that already Chimulirenji has meet a number of groups within the party to push for his 2024 agenda. He recently met 45 women from some districts of the central region where he promised to provide starter pack loans for business. “At the end…

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MINISTER BEN PHIRI BOOZES, SPLASHES TAXPAYERS MILLIONS ON CURIO VENDORS:Pleads with them to stop HRDC demos

Minister of Local Government Ben Phiri Sunday bought booze worth millions of Kwachas for Blantyre Curio dealers asking them to ‘do anything possible to stop the HRDC demonstrations ‘. Phiri is said to have forced struggling and cash strapped Blantyre City Council (BCC) which reports directly to him to give him K20 million for Keep Blantyre City Clean campaign. “After getting the money, Phiri went pa Ziboliboli in town and bought all the Curio dealers there expensive beers and whiskeys. He was only drinking water,” said a source. One of…

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